The Who – Behind Blue Eyes (Rock)

It’s The Who. What more needs to be said about a group who are possibly the greatest rock band of all time. As you might have noticed, Rebel Voice is a big fan of this English musical ensemble. Waters et al were ahead of their time with their compositions, and still manage to be relevant […]

Summary From A Dark Place – Poem By Resident Poet, A.D.

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
Here is a hard-hitting piece of free verse from our resident Irish poet, A.D. This offering speaks of the manner in which Capitalism exploits and diminishes the lives of the citizenry. Summary from a Dark Place ? The patchwork sky is undecided, hold or release Trees wait patiently and shuffle…

10 Most Successful & Oldest US Companies

For successful company, read most ruthless and greediest. Today, corporations apparently only succeed by being the coldest, unethical and immoral they can be, and hopefully more so than the competition. The world of Capitalism is a dog eat dog process. It ain’t healthy. folks, not at all. In this presentation we get a look at […]

The Wind That Shakes The Barley – Black And Tans Brutality Scene

Recently, in the Irish Free State, an issue has come to light regarding the historical perspective attached to members of the British colonial forces in Ireland during the early 20th century. It is now de rigueur to celebrate the involvements of tens of thousands of Irish “Nationalists” in the First World War, men who fought […]